Avery Lam is a Ph.D. candidate in Experimental Medicine at the University of British Columbia. In Dr. Megan Levings' lab, his thesis work focuses on defining the signalling pathways governing human regulatory T cell stability and function. His research interests are in the regulation of adaptive immunity and its non-immune functions in the context of disease. He received his B.Arts Sc. in the Arts & Science Program with Biochemistry at McMaster University in 2015. During his undergraduate degree, he worked in cancer therapeutics and immunotherapy with Drs. David Spaner (University of Toronto) and Brian Lichty (McMaster University). Thus far in his studies, Avery has published three first/second-author articles; his work is supported by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research.
TTS-CST International Transplantation Science Mentee-Mentor Awards